Long story short, my father-in-law has a 67 hard top GTO in the barn (yes really). Looks to be in pretty decent shape, no body rust, but I haven't crawled under it yet. It's got about 61k on the odometer 2 volumes of the factory service manual in the trunk. It was driven into the barn about 2 years ago and has sat there since then (w/o being started). Because I'm "the car guy" (jeeps mostly) he's asked me if I'll help him get it ready to sell (which makes me sad, but that's another story entirely). There are a few obvious problems with it.
1) some uphosltery/headliner damage, looks like normal age wear. That and I'm pretty sure a mouse got into some dash insulation/seat cushioning in the last 2 years.
2) the driver's side front tire seems to be too close to the rear of the wheel well. Kinda looks like the tire would be cut by the body (near where the 6.5 liter badge is) during a right turn
3) tail lights aren't attached ... they're in the trunk. Don't know if this means they just need to be screwed back in or if they're shot
All that said, I've got no clue if its worth even half of what he thinks it is "fixed up" or if I'm in way over my head. I'm ok with supension and trim and have some resources for engine/etc but this would definitely be a different beast from relatively modern jeeps.
I neglected to get the whole vin, but here's the data plate... if that helps.
So I guess my question is... should I try? What info do I need to answer the question